The pit bull is a widely regulated breed globally, in places like North America, the United Kingdom, Spain, and Singapore, among others.
The English bull terrier is one of 11 breeds on Ireland's Control of Dogs Regulations list, which was first established in 1998.
Can you believe that this cute creature is subject to restrictions in several countries including Switzerland, Romania, France, the USA, Bermuda, Spain, and Germany?
This dog may face restrictions in several countries, including Spain, Australia, the UK, Italy, the USA, Denmark, Norway, Portugal, Malta, India, Israel, and others.
The Tosa Inu, also referred to as the Japanese fighting dog, is subject to regulations in several countries such as the United Kingdom, Australia, Denmark, and Norway.
The hunting dog's appearance is unmistakable, but with that big floppy tongue, it's hard to take it seriously...
This adorable breed is another dog on Ireland's list, and is also restricted in Spain, the USA, and Ukraine.
Despite being American, certain regions in the USA have implemented limitations on this particular breed, as well as some countries such as Italy, Turkey, Venezuela, and Singapore.
Obtaining this breed in Denmark may be challenging, but their suitability as guard dogs is apparent.